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Jan 24, 2011 18:28 |  #16

jason324 wrote in post #11684552 (external link)
I would do that to bring back the realism.

IMHO the best way to bring back the realism, is never let it go.


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Jan 28, 2011 12:38 |  #17

Great shots. The last one is the best for me.


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Jan 28, 2011 13:45 |  #18

_GUI_ wrote in post #11707225 (external link)
IMHO the best way to bring back the realism, is never let it go.

Yep. Keep it real. So,use no other than a 50mm lens. And only from eye level. No enhancing of any kind. Cuz, you know, that's real. :rolleyes:


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